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Indige-scape Tour with Buffalo Stone Woman

Indige-scape Tour with Buffalo Stone Woman

Canadian Rocky Mountains is home to many Indigenous peoples of this country. You will explore our unique culture and also some of the most beautiful sceneries ranging from the Foothills, the towering peaks of the mountains, crystal blue lakes and awe-inspiring waterfalls.


June 12, 2022 @ 10:00 am GMT-0700

June 12, 2022 @ 1:00 pm GMT-0700


Adrianna Skori

  • All are Welcome!

Kananaskis TBD
Family Pass


Your Indige-scape with Iinisskimmaakii, Buffalo Stone Woman, involves a guided exploration of scenic trails situated in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. This majestic landscape is the traditional territory of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani) and is also home to the Tsuut’ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3) and all people who settle or stay in the Treaty Seven region of Southern Alberta.You will explore some of the most beautiful sceneries in the world, ranging from aspen-forested foothills to wildflower-blooming subalpine meadows and ice-clad towering mountain peaks. You’ll hike beside crystal blue lakes and under awe-inspiring cliffside-waterfalls, then meet the ancient glaciers that feed them. But unlike other tours of the mountain trails, each Indige-scape experience is delivered from an Indigenous perspective, inviting participants to embrace the beauty of their sublime surroundings while learning from important stories of the past and considering how they might inform todays ways of living. Buffalo Stone Woman’s tours invite you to connect with nature while gaining new perspectives from the Indigenous traditions that emerged out of this land. Here, you will find opportunities to embrace the beauty and diversity of life in the Rockies, enriched with cultural experiences that are customized for your family, group or personal interests. – Indigenous Tourism Alberta

Meet your guide: Heather Black

Heathers ancestral name is O’takii Tsowakii and is also known as the Indigenous Adventure Girl. A natural-born adventurist from the Blood Tribe Nation. Heather’s most rewarding experience is being engulfed in the vast beauty of the mountains, connecting to the land and animals, this is where a miracles happen.  What makes each hike special is sharing the beauty of her Indigenous culture and stories of resilience. As a spirited entrepreneur, she is a workshop facilitator, strategist, advisor and always supporting economic development in the Business and Education sectors.

“Every path is different, unleash your mind, and walk where the pieces of life comes together.”

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